The City of Kawartha Lakes is now accepting applications from people seeking temporary work around the 2014 Municipal Election. You can submit application forms online by filling out the form at: www.city.kawarthalakes.on.ca/ElectionJobs. Once the application has been completed a short examination will follow. If you don’t have access to a computer, you can get an application form from any of the Municipal Service Centres, City Hall, or the Clerk’s Office. Positions Available:
As of publishing date: Friday September 5 2014
If you want to throw your hat into the ring for municipal election—or if your name is already on the list and you’re getting cold feet—you still have a chance to act. Friday, September 12 at 2 pm is the deadline for filing a nomination—or for withdrawing your nomination. Here is your list of nominees for municipal election in the City of Kawartha Lakes and in the Municipality of Trent Lakes as we were going to press—with contact information as supplied by the municipalities:
Citizens for Responsible Aggregate Development (CFRAD) showed the depth and breadth of the community support for its position when the group’s musical fundraiser, Limestone Blues, raised over
There are 14 homes in the last block of Main Street between Duke and East streets, and residents there want to know why they’re being left out of a planned rebuilding of six roads in the north end of Bobcaygeon.